Stained wood cuts

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Stained wood cuts

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Hello,
some images just for fun, cuts of wood, stained and mounted.

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:smt038

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Anne

lovely shots, 3rd one first class in detail and staining.

If this is fun? what are you going to bringing, us thats "serious"
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Very nice

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:smt041 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Incredible. All of them

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Definitely art. I'd love them on my wall as large-format prints.

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Stained wood cuts

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Very nice images, Anne. Were these sectioned through a microtome?

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Post by anne »

Thank you all for your kind comments!

Yes this are all cuts done with a microtome, not by me.....
I was lucky to get a box of them from a specialist, who has done a classification of wood by stained cuts in different directions, crosswise, tagential and longitudinal section.

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Beautiful images, Anne !

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Nice! as usual!

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... very nice.

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Thank you all for the kind comments, will show some more sure.

BR
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Post by Boron »

It's my first post here so hello to everyone :)

Anne it's great job done here. What dyes did you use for staining especially for the last one slice? Also what mounting medium are you using? I am trying with Leica CV Ultra but I am stuggling with some air residue when it dries out.

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Post by grgh »

Why can we never find slides like these for sale?

first class work.
Pass that on to your supplier as well. Beautiful.
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